Tips and techniques on using the Intel® Compilers to maximize your application performance.
Intel® Fortran Compiler for Linux* - Application containing huge BSS section (~1G) suffer segmentation faultShared libraries are loaded at an address of approx. 1 GB on IA-32 Linux, larger BSS section may seg fault
How to invoke the Intel Fortran preprocessor from the command line or IDE
Deeply nested modules can cause long compile times in Intel Fortran
Explains how to use routines from the Intel Portability Library
Intel® Fortran Compiler for Linux* - Code dependent on rounding effects may produce unexpected resultsCode compiled with /arch:ia32 (-mia32) for an IA32 target may exhibit unexpected rounding effects
Are the Intel Fortran run-time libraries thread safe?
Intel® Fortran Compiler for Linux* error diagnostic, gcc/g++ installation not found
Intel® Fortran Compiler - Increased stack usage of 8.0 or higher compilers causes segmentation faultThe Intel Compilers have increased stack size needs in your application for performance analysis. This article describes how to increase stack size and/or workaround this problem by allocation on the heap (for Intel Fortran).